GREEN BAY (DOT) - The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is announcing a full overnight closure for northbound and southbound US 41 at WIS 29. Northbound US 41 will be closed from 9 p.m. Saturday, June 15 through 9 a.m. Sunday, June 16, and southbound US 41 will be closed starting at 8 p.m. Saturday through 9 a.m. Sunday to set steel tub girders above US 41. The following detours will be in place:
- Southbound US 41 traffic will be detoured at the off-ramp to WIS 29, continue across WIS 29 and take on-ramp back to southbound US 41
- Northbound US 41 traffic will be detoured at the off-ramp to WIS 29, continue across WIS 29 and take on-ramp back to northbound US 41
In addition, drivers can expect full overnight closures of eastbound and westbound WIS 29 on Saturday, June 15 from 7 p.m. to 9 a.m. for the setting of tub girders above US 41. Eastbound WIS 29 will be closed between Packerland Drive and northbound US 41 ramps. Westbound WIS 29 will be closed between Taylor Street and southbound US 41 ramps. The following detours will be place:
- Eastbound WIS 29 traffic will be detoured at Packerland Drive, take Packerland Drive south to Mason Street, follow Mason Street east to Military Avenue and follow Military Avenue north to WIS 29
- Westbound WIS 29 traffic will be detoured at Military Avenue, take Military Ave. south to Mason Street and follow Mason Street west to Packerland Drive, follow Packerland Drive north to WIS 29
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